Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) will release the cut-off list for its merit-based undergraduate courses offered at its Kashmere Gate campus on Monday.

There is a quota in all courses for Delhi-based students at AUD.

Registration for admission ended on July 5. The university will now announce the cut-off list for BA (Honours) in Economics, History, English, Political Science, Psychology, Mathematics, Sociology, and Social Science and Humanities.

“The undergraduate programmes at AUD offers students a wide choice of courses, which allows them to think critically, creatively, analyse and reason to communicate effectively and draw evidence-based conclusions,” said the university.

The undergraduate programmes at AUD have common modules for foundational skills comprising language, writing skills, communication skills, analytical reasoning, and a core module in social sciences, the university added.

A typical BA Programme has three types of courses: Foundation Compulsory Courses (12 credits) Foundation Optional Courses (4 credits), Discipline Courses (48 credits) and Electives (32 credits).

Selection to all BA (Hons) courses will be based on the student’s Class XII marks, which will not include any vocational subject.

Reservations norms of the the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi will apply. The university offers partial/ full fee waiver and scholarships, and full fee waiver of tuition fee will be extended to students belonging to SC/ ST /PwD categories.

The university will take out six cut-off lists and orientation programmes will be held on August 1.

AUD was established by the Government of the NCT of Delhi in 2007. It focuses largely on research and higher learning broadly under the domain of social sciences, humanities and liberal arts.

UG programmes at AUD offers students a wide choice of courses, which allows them to think critically, creatively, analyse and reason to communicate effectively and draw evidence-based conclusions

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